Resources for Seniors Below are a collection of resources for our Y senior members! Is there special content you would like to see? Email Leilani Perry Silvers, please remember to check-in here with each workout. Silvers Check-In Your Name (first & last) Date of Birth Member Scan-In Barcode (No dashes or spaces. Enter any zeros at the beginning.) How did you participate with the Y today? - Select -Studio SWEAT onDemandLes Mills On DemandY360Facebook Live ClassZoom ClassZoom Meeting Submit Leave this field blank At-Home Exercises Y360 For Seniors The Y At Home YMCA of Austin On-Demand Workouts with Your Favorite Y Instructors SILVERSNEAKERS On-Demand Workouts Specifically for Silversneakers Members SILVERSNEAKERS On YouTube A Free Library of Workouts For All Arts, Entertainment and more! NEW! ‘Human Touch’, an 8-part novel told in real time by novelist Mitch Albom. A new chapter every Friday Join local adventure journalist, Pam LeBlanc, for backyard bird count on Tuesday, April 15 Dance, theater, music, spoken word from around the globe at AllArts. Also streaming 70+ short films that were set to appear at 2020 SXSW Enjoy free videos of extraordinary live and on-demand performances and activities with Kennedy Center@Home. New releases daily! Local group of musicians livestreaming performances at Bridge of Music. Simply request to be added to the group to view schedule of free, live performances A variety of games to play in the comfort of your home with AARP Games It’s a good time to return to the classics with ‘A Shakespeare Sonnet A Day’. Join English actor, Patrick Stewart as he performs daily sonnets via Twitter Lunchdoodles with Mo Williams! Grab some paper and pencils, pens, or crayons and join Mo to explore ways of writing and making together. Calling all book lovers. Join in on hundreds of different book clubs at GoodReads The Show Must Go Online! A weekly live Shakespeare reading Thursday’s at 2pm CST, covering the plays in the order they were written Albert’s Weather Classroom Beginning March 23, KVUE-TV Chief Meteorologist Albert Ramon will broadcast live on Facebook Live Austin History Museum History, current events, and activities of Austin and Travis County Austin Public Library Austin’s virtual library features audiobooks, movies, music, ebooks, and magazines. Lifetime Connections Without Walls A telephone activities program featuring social and educational session, brought to you by Family Eldercare. Virtual Tours & Webcams The Alamo 360° panoramic images of the Alamo Shrine and grounds Big Bend National Park Look at Emory Peak or Chisos Basin with a 360° tour of the West Texas national park Explore the Great Wall of China, one of the most impressive ancient structures on earth Take a European vacation and visit the world’s largest art museum, the Louvre, in Paris Bloom Cam Enjoy the splendor of spring cherry blossoms around Washington D.C.s Tidal Basin Hawk Cam Live from New York University. Active chat feature to connect with other bird enthusiasts Yellowstone National Park Yosemite National Park Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam is home to the largest collection of artworks by van Gogh, including paintings, drawings, and personal letters Virtual Museum Tours Online tours of famous museums around the world San Diego Zoo Baboons, penguins, polar bears, elephants, tigers, oh my! Tembe Elephant Park African wildlife up close and personal near Mozambique Food for Seniors H-E-B and Favor Delivery created the Senior Support Line, a new delivery program designed to offer a safer solutions for seniors (60+) across Texas. Starting 3/20, seniors can place orders from curated list of essentials via a phone line, the Favor app, or at favordelivery.com/seniors. The line will be staffed with volunteers to accept/process home delivery orders via phone daily 9a-1p. To access the Senior Support Line call 1-833-397-0080. All fees will be waived for the first 30 days, with a $10 tip for the Favor Runner. Fact or Fiction? FEMA has created a resource to fact-check whether the news you’ve read is accurate. Check here to learn the facts: Fact or Fiction?